Tag "veterinarian"

  • 6 Things You Shouldn’t Say To A Pet Parent

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Let me say up front, I don’t usually call myself a pet “parent” and the reason for that is that I have two children and they would likely be offended. I do call myself a pet guardian as it is… read more

  • BlogPaws News Bite: Dogs ‘Compete’ In Bomb Sniff Test

    When you see a bomb-sniffing dog in an airport, have you ever thought about what they had to do in order to earn that post? In Colorado this week, according to an article in the Denver Post, “In the cafeteria of Arvada West High School, about… read more


  • BlogPaws News Bite: Protect Your Pet From Kitchen Dangers

    Emily the hound dog on the Internet

    Pet Safety Month has just gotten underway at BlogPaws this month and we saw this article about dangers that could impact — or even kill — your pet in the kitchen. Please take a moment to read this post over on Scratchings and Sniffings and please… read more


  • Making Travel With Cats Enjoyable: 5 Tips

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess I will admit that the longest distance I have traveled with my cats is to and from the veterinarian’s office which is about 10 miles away. My kitties are rather vocal about their displeasure at not only being in a… read more


  • BlogPaws’ Daily News Bit: Keep Your Pets Safe

    As pet owners we try to do everything within our power to keep our pets safe from harm. This article is one we saw recently and we wanted to pass along this information on 10 insects and other creatures that are harmful to your pets. According… read more


  • Enjoy The Super Bowl Safely With Your Pets

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess  Unless you and your pet have been living under a rock, or under many inches of ice and snow you must know that Super Bowl Sunday is fast approaching! If you’re having a get together you want to make sure… read more


  • The Power Of One For Pets In The Philippines

    The Blogger Disaster Relief Network has been activated once again as pet lovers from around the world band together to assist the pets impacted by the typhoon in the Philippines.  We're working with World Vets to help promoteThe Power Of One and as it shows how… read more

  • November is Pet Health Awareness At BlogPaws

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Pet Health Awareness means many things in my mind: It means, I'm aware of the need to save up for an upcoming scheduled vet visit (and when you have six pets in the house, there is always an upcoming vet… read more

  • Is Your Family Ready For The Responsibility Of A Pet?

    Post by Blog Manager Robbi Hess Have your children been begging for a new puppy, kitten or other small housepet? How can you tell if your children are ready for the responsiblity of pet ownership? If you don't have children but are considering getting a pet… read more

  • Dog medication advice to help keep your pet safe and healthy

     If a dog is part of your family, you’re aware that there are a wide range of medications and drugs that involve various delivery systems. They include everything from topical, dermal patches, oral, intra-dermal injections, solutions, drops, intranasal and medicated collars to spot-on, creams, shampoos, dips… read more